ServCommercial Repainting Servicesice
For over 20 years Strong H & Brush has done quality interior and exterior commercial repainting. We apply the same detailed methods and techniques used in residential painting.
We believe in quality work, outstanding durability, professionalism, and on-time performance. You can count on our safe and reliable crew to complete the job from start to finish and get your business up and running.
Choosing the perfect color is difficult to commit to, so we offer a broad range of color consulting help to our customers. We provide painted sample boards, color swatches along with customized color themes.
We provide the level of help you need to make all the key color, texture and application choices.
Installation of new crown molding
Chair-railing and paneling baseboards
Door and window casings
Dry rot repair
Replacement of shingles
Siding and exterior trim
Deck and stair work
Fascia and soffit repair
Reopen painted windows that have swollen shut, replacing broken glass, reglazing glass, and fixing old double–hung windows. We can accomplish this while maintaining the original character of the windows and home.
Walls & Surfaces
Repairs including hairline cracks from settling, earthquake damage, water or moisture damage, and any repair work from recent upgrades or just wear and tear.
Drywall repair, skim coating, and traditional lathe and plaster finishing.
We also give drywall and plaster repair, deck cleaning and refinishing.
Home exterior (brick, wood, and vinyl)
Outdoor deck surfaces (wood, concrete, tile patio, etc)
Front entrance, driveways, and walkways
Protecting your home while we work
Our crews are experts at containing dust with barrier protection and air filtration systems; we offer low odor and environmentally friendly paints. We use a variety of materials and techniques (drop cloths, protective plastic, construction floor paper, masking materials, zip walls) to allow you to live in your home while we paint. We treat your home like it's our very own.
Should I be concerned about lead-based paints?
As of April 22nd, 2010, all contractors have to abide by the new EPA rules in lead abatement. For more information please visit www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/traincert.htm.
We have had projects done in the past and have received quotes ranging from high to low. Why is this, and what qualifies a higher priced bid?
The cost of the job is usually determined by the quality desired, which relates to the level of thoroughness and attention to detail.
Here are some factors that have an impact on the bid price:
It costs more to properly prepare a surface for painting than to give it just a quick paint job
The attention to details of prepping surfaces before painting will have a large factor in the overall price
How long you would like this paint to last
The extra care and effort to protect your furnishings and landscaping
Also, there’s an investment to professionally train painters and give them the highest quality paints, tools, and supplies to create the best results. If you have any questions about our bidding process, please let us know and we can discuss and compare our bid to others.
What is the difference between a bad paint job and a good paint job?
A bad paint job is the result of an underbid, inexperienced crew just trying to get the job done as quickly as possible, giving little consideration to the proper steps necessary to complete the job right.
A good paint job emphasizes proper preparation which will decide the overall life of the work. The technique is important along with quality materials. Without the proper amount of time, skill and material mean nothing. Strong Painting can give you precise estimates to let you know how long a quality job will take and all the steps involved to properly paint your house.
Who does the painting & who will supervise the job?
We properly train all employees. Each of our Lead Painters manages a set crew of 2-3 painters. We have found that certain skills and personalities work well together, which enhances the work and efficiency.
Will you stay on the job consistently, and not on a few days and off a few days?
We will have the same crew to begin and complete your job. We have enough employees so that we can have multiple jobs going at one time.
What kind of paint do you use?
We use Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, Rodda, Miller, and Devine paints most of the time. The brand of paint may vary depending on customer preference or project specifications. Regardless of brand, we use the highest grades because the best paint results in the best quality.
All of our other materials are top quality as well, we use tools and supplies from companies like:
3M (tape and masking supplies)
Daly’s (wood finishing products)
How long of a warranty do you offer on your work?
We offer a two-year warranty on our exterior work.
Is your company bonded?
Yes, Strong Hammer & Brush is a registered contractor in Washington (Reg.#STRONPC01203). Bonded in accordance with Washington State contractor requirements. Our insurance includes general business coverage, with General Liability and Worker’s Compensation policies.
Are references available?
Yes, references are available upon request.